The future of Nebula

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kels
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Re: The future of Nebula

Post by kels » Thu Jan 23, 2014 11:16 am

Other thing, arm is not planned for this year but we are moving in that direction.
Those are incredible good news Giancarlo. I don't want to dig in deep details here as it could be a bit boring for other users ... but this is definitely good news.

about the language barrier, you could have misunderstood me, yes. I'm not complaining about anything as I do not agree with the OP on most points - I'm only looking for a way to improve my Nebula experience. If you read all my previous posts about CUDA and Tesla, you'll know what I mean.

keep up the good mork man :) I'm sure the future of Nebula will be bright and clear.

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Re: The future of Nebula

Post by jpchartrand » Thu Jan 30, 2014 8:06 pm

I'm glad to see my post didn't stir up major flaming. I wonder why users who are just like me don't agree with my comments but I accept it.

I jumped on the Nebula band wagon and got many friends and colleagues on board and now everyone's pissed off because there still isn't a 64 bit MAC version available.

I'll be the first one to be happy about it if there is a major new release (in 64 bit) and its free to existing customers.

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Re: The future of Nebula

Post by Melon_Jack » Thu Jan 30, 2014 9:50 pm

Well, gege method about 64bit AU works VERY well. The difference is HUUUGE) U should try it)
Sorry for my bad english =))

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Re: The future of Nebula

Post by jpchartrand » Thu Jan 30, 2014 10:03 pm

Melon_Jack wrote:Well, gege method about 64bit AU works VERY well. The difference is HUUUGE) U should try it)
Do you mean the server method? Please elaborate.

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Re: The future of Nebula

Post by sneaky » Fri Jan 31, 2014 9:39 am

im optimistic about the future. I see slow,measured and constant improvements & expect it to continue but I understand the question.. :P

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Re: The future of Nebula

Post by jpchartrand » Fri Jan 31, 2014 4:28 pm

What is this 64 bit AU method? I've tried looking it up everywhere and all I could find was a kind of hack to convert the 32 bit to fake 64 bit.

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Re: The future of Nebula

Post by FrankydT » Sat Feb 01, 2014 9:29 pm

Here's a tutorial about it:
http://www.acustica-audio.com/phpBB3/vi ... 11&t=27530

I know it's a bit difficult to obtain a 64 bit AU with this method, but it's free.

If you want something simpler check 32Lives from Sound Radix.
It is now Snow Leopard compatible too…

If you work on 10.7 and up download the trial on Sound Radix's website

If you use Snow Leopard here is a link to the pre-release trial:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/e5v2oec6okzgk ... taller.pkg

Hope it helps

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